Villa Santana is located on the very southern tip of Sardinia, the lighthouse sits on a remote promontory surrounded by the natural beauty of the coast, overlooking the sea. It’s reached by a private road and feels quietly exclusive, with 3,000 square metres of gardens to ramble in and far-reaching sea views. The closest beach at Chia is a 12-minute walk away, and it’s around 50 kilometres to Cagliari.
The interiors eclectic style provides modern design with vintage furniture collected from all over the world. The dining room’s a stylish place, with red Murano glass chandeliers and a number of cosy lounges to settle into. There’s a cast iron spiral staircase leading to the cellar, with a second flight leading up to a tea room where there’s a fireplace to perch next to with a book from the library as you nibble on small plates. Accomodation divided between a main villa and 2 guests houses with 6 bedrooms in total.
Outside there’s a lounge and barbecue area, plus gazebos to dine in – alternatively, head up to the rooftop to dine under the stars. Located at the front of the hotel overlooking the sea is a jaw-dropping infinity pool and two Jacuzzis set within a wooden platform. Sun loungers and white leather sofas with parasols surround the deck.
Capo Spartivento the southernmost point of Sardinia and represents the eastern boundary of the Gulf of Teulada and the western limit of the Gulf of Cagliari on the Tyrrhenian Sea